I reviewed your videos on You Tube and found them to be most helpful before and after my surgery..
My ex-girlfriend just sent me this link.
I can definitely relate to some of the comments and description of the writers on how they felt before and after their surgeries.
I underwent a vale replacement surgery for aortic bicupsid stenosis on 2/18/15.
Since that surgery,I have put so much stress on myself to get well again, I have pretty much pushed all of my loved ones away.
In my case, my surgeon recommended a man made vale and ofcourse, that means years of cumidin. I am extremely active, walking, running, lifting weights and exercising constantly. I have always been very active and this new valve makes me feel like I even more stamina then before. I am definitely suffering from anxiety, lack of sleep and a decreased libido. Over the last few days, I have been feeling some little flutters in my heart beat. My cardiologist has indicated that i maybe suffering from PVC. Is this very common with heart valve surgery? I am only taking 10 mgs of blood pressure med. I am scheduled to see my cardiologist this Wednesday to discuss my options. I don't have any shortness of breath and i ran 4.5 miles yesterday with no ill effects. Any comments or suggestions you can provide on this topic would be greatly appreciated.